Pauline Flynn is a Visual Artist/Poet, living in West Wicklow. She was shortlisted for the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award in 2010 and is published in various literary journals in Ireland, US and UK, including Light, a journal of poetry and photography. (NY) Orbis, (UK) Skylight 47, The Boyne Berries and Sixteen. She lived for four years in Japan on a Japanese Government Scholarship. Pauline is a member of the Carlow Writers Coop and enjoys the challenges of this active group of writers. Pauline graduated with a B.A.Fine Art Sculpture/ His. of Art from National College of Art and Design 1985.
Jack Keeshan is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter from Roscrea. You will hear him perform new work, along with his songs from his debut album, ‘Blue Murder’, released last autumn, which explores the loss of authentic connection that is becoming increasingly evident in our overly digitised world.
“For someone so young, Jack Keeshan’s writing prowess is beyond his years. A cacophony of sound coupled with Jack’s hypnotic vocal makes ‘Blue Murder’ a very listenable song” Roddie Cleere – Irish Music Show KCLR